Medicare Supplemental Plans

New Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans M & N

The new Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act MIPPA provides much needed new coverage options for Medicare beneficiaries looking for additional coverage – beyond what their Medicare Parts A & B cover. The new options come in the form of two new Standardized Medicare Supplement insurance plans – M & N. We are expecting these plans will be very affordable for many people because they allow more cost sharing with the policyholder in the form of co-pays at the doct...

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Chris G. Hardin 3/15/2010 Comments(0)

Mediare Part A and Part B Plus Medicare Supplement Insurance

Seniors may be concerned that once they get on Medicare their insurance coverage will decrease in benefits. When you combine Medicare Part A and Part B with Medicare Supplement Insurance you will find great insurance coverage for your medical bills. For example, Medicare supplement coverage found on a Plan F covers all the Medicare Part A and Part B deductibles and covers generally the 20% of Medicare Part B charges not covered by Medicare as well as 100% of all excess charges . How can the cove...

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9/1/2008 Comments(0)

Medicare SELECT Plans

Medicare SELECT Insurance Plans are available in many states. Although Medicare SELECT Insurance Plans can be in the form of any of the 11 standardized insurance plans, they are usually a Plan F SELECT. What differentiates SELECT insurance plans from Standard plans is SELECT plans have a list of specific hospitals that one can use emergencies are generally exceptions and get complete insurance benefits. When purchasing a SELECT insurance plan a person needs to consider the list of hospitals and ...

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7/1/2005 Comments(0)

Medicare Part A and Part B

What is the difference between Medicare Part A and Medicare Part B? Medicare Part A is hospital insurance. It covers inpatient care. This includes skilled nursing access, but this is not to be confused with long-term care. Hospice and other home health care are part of Medicare Part A. Medicare Part B is medical insurance. It covers services provided by the doctor, physical and occupational therapy, some home health care, and very importantly outpatient hospital care. Some preventative services ...

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4/1/2005 Comments(0)